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    • Guy Seniceros
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      BTW Guys,

      I ordered both of T.J.’s books yesterday and can’t wait for them to get here. Someone, (Robin) needs to tell him to get started on the next one. I’ll probably finish them both in two days. Unless I pace myself somehow…LoL. I’m really looking forward to reading them.

      Guy     (Bladeswell)

    • Robin ConradsRobin Conrads
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      I’ll tell him, but I don’t know if it will do any good. He would like to write more books, so it could happen. I hope you enjoy the two you are getting. The two Don Thomas books we offer are very good as well. And there are more of Don’s books at donthomasbooks.com

      Robin

    • Raymond CoffmanRaymond Coffman
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      Guy

      I have all the books mentioned – they are excellent.

      I believe every trad archer should have ( I keep it handy for reference) TJs — The Traditional Bowhunters Handbook.

      Scout aka Ray

    • northernarcher
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      The Traditional Bowhunters Handbook is an excellent resource for any traditional archer. I refer to mine all the time, and even lend it to friends who are just getting started. Very useful. And Campfire Reflections gets re-read on a regular basis. If TJ puts out another book, I’ll happily add it to my archery library.

      I’ve also got two of Don’s books, Longbows in the Far North and Longbow Country, and I’ve got my eye on Have Bow, Will Travel. Don’s writing is absolutely amazing. If you’re looking for a good addition to your outdoor library, you can’t go wrong with Don’s books.

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